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Sustainís magazine covers a wide range of current food and farming policy initiatives and developments. More information
The Jellied Eel
London Food Link's magazine for Sustainable Food in London. More information
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Working briefing on European Member States implementation plans for CAP Reform 2004.
Farmland in and around the M25 could become Londonís breadbasket if farmers could only learn to cater for the capitalís 7.4million consumers.
The food industry will once again prove itself incapable of acting responsibly by failing to comply with the recommendations on food promotion to children which will be discussed at a meeting of the Food Standards Agency (FSA) Board today...
This briefing has been produced to provide Sustain and UK Food Groups members with some detailed background of the implementation of CAP reforms announced recently in England (other UK plans are also outlined).
A new report submitted to the Government and the Food Standard Agency today lists the 106 organisations which already support the national campaign, co-ordinated by Sustain:The alliance for better food and farming, to protect children from unhealthy food promotion..
A new report submitted to the Government and the Food Standards Agency today lists the organisations which support the national campaign, co-ordinated by Sustain, to protect children from unhealthy food promotions.
Almost a year on from the start of its Small Grants Scheme, LFL has compiled a report including a selection of the funded projects and the progress they have made. There are currently no plans to run the scheme again next year.
The strategy now makes a point of including food as an important cultural and ethnic issue and outlines support for the new mayoral food Board London Food..
Ofcom proposals for the future regulation of broadcast advertising ignore the current crisis in public health and will do nothing to protect children from the detrimental effects of junk food advertising. This is the conclusion of the consultation response from Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming, submitted today to the new broadcast regulator.
Response to consultation from Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming.
January 4th saw the launch of a new two year London Food Link project, in partnership with the Soil Association to increase local and/or organic food into London NHS hospitals.
Just around the corner from Brick Laneís famous bagel shops, the oh!art centre at Oxford House in Bethnal Green is opening an exhibition celebrating the diversity of breads in London. The Bread Street exhibition contains 30 photographs of Londonís rich baking tradition, aiming to reflect the cultural and ethnic diversity of Londoners through the breads they make and eat.
Response to the UK DEFRA Consultation on the CAP Sugar Regime
A new London Food Commission is to be launched this weekend at the Mayor's London Conference. Deputy Mayor and Green Assembly Member, Jenny Jones will be joined at the launch by Mayor Ken Livingstone and Honor Chapman, Chair of the London Development Agency, which is funding the Commission.
Over the last ten years, local food has become of increasing interest to people as concerns about where our food comes from and how it is produced have escalated. To address these concerns, policy makers and practitioners involved with local food will converge on the Kindersley Centre in Berkshire..